Mumbai: Fire doused at Lower Parel building, no injuries reported

The incident comes after another fire broke out at the Cinevista Studio in Mumbai’s Kanjurmarg area on late Saturday evening

| New Delhi | Updated: January 7, 2018 8:27 am
Fire tenders were rushed to the spot  (ANI)

A fire broke out in a building in Mumbai’s Lower Parel on Sunday. The blaze started at the ground floor of the three-storey Shiv Shakti Industrial State building in Lower Parel. Fire tenders were rushed to the spot. The blaze has been put out and no injuries or casualties were reported.

The incident comes after another fire broke out at the Cinevista Studio in Mumbai’s Kanjurmarg area on late Saturday evening. The fire brigade said it was informed at 8.07 pm and the officials reached the spot at 8.25 pm. By 8.39 pm, it was classified as a Level III fire. Eight fire trucks, six jumbo water tankers, an aerial ladder platform and ambulances reached the studio.

On Friday, no injuries were reported after a fire broke out in the basement of an apartment in the city. Yet another fire incident was reported at the Maimoon Manzil building in Andheri. Four of the family were killed and nine others were injured in the incident. Before this, On December 28, a major fire at Kamala Mills compound in Lower Parel left 14 people dead. Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has directed the BMC Commissioner to conduct an in-depth inquiry into the matter.

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  1. Hoshi Marolia
    Jan 8, 2018 at 5:43 am
    It has become a matter of daily affair of fire incidents happening all over Mumbai! Reasons may vary also responsibility might be at stake due to sheer negligence on our part as a responsible citizen but ultimately it''s human life which is scarified without any rhyn or reason! When are we going to awake?
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